Category Archives: Christian Ethics

A book on marriage that’s helpful for singles too: Married for God by Christopher Ash

Married for God by Christopher Ash is a book on marriage from a Christian perspective that is essential to read whether you are married or single. Rather than focussing on how to improve marriage or what marriage actually is, this … Continue reading

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An insightful Christian analysis of modern sexual ethics: Sex and the iWorld by Dale S. Kuehne

Sex and the iWorld by Dale S. Kuehne is an insightful and helpful book for understanding the rapid changes in how western society thinks about sex and sexuality since the sexual revolution in the 1970s. Tracing these changes back to … Continue reading

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Joined-up Life by Andrew Cameron

Joined-up Life┬áprovides a Christian framework for ethics. It encourages ethical thinking rather than quick or simplistic answers. It’s readable and thought-provoking. It provides an overview of approaches to ethics before suggesting a framework for considering a topic from the perspectives … Continue reading

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